Cereals and Pulses
The cereals and pulses strategy considers the needs and research capacity of the cereal and pulse sectors from a crop production perspective with a primary focus on: wheat, corn, peas, lentils, barley, oats, and dry beans; as well as other grains such as canary seed, chickpeas, rye, triticale and buckwheat.
Learn about what we’ve been up to...
- Atlantic Brew: New barley and hop varieties for craft breweries (video)
- AAFC research shows that the nutritional value of pulse ingredients can be enhanced, making pulse products better for our health
- Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada scientist named Special Ambassador by United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization
- Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Scientist Receives Honour from China
- Barley is 'in' when it comes to heart health
- Barley: A top crop from your heart to your gut
- Brave the Cold Weather with Oats!
- Controlling Giant Ragweed in Soybeans and Corn Possible with Good Crop Management
- Eat Your Pulses (video)
- Lab coats and naked oats: The Vern Burrows Story (video)
- Long-term Study of Legacy Phosphorus
- Natural Resistance to Spots and Rots
- New Hope in the Fight to Protect Global Wheat Supply from Ug99 Stem Rust
- Pulses Can Help Stabilize Blood Sugar
- Pulses in Western Canadian crop rotations
- Scientists Share Midge Attacking Parasitoids with Neighbours
- Spilling the beans on gut health
- Wheat Breeding and Molecular Genetics: A Needle in a Haystack
- Wheat Research Benefits Farmers (video)
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